Bernie Gloyn

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  • 2006-05-25
    In 1971, Statistics Canada became one of the first agencies to utilise a Geographic Information System (GIS) in support of the Canadian Census. Today, GIS is an integral part of a number of statistical programs at the Agency useful for internal operations, analysis and dissemination. Bernie Gloyn will review how the agency is making use of GIS in its statistical program and new developments to expect with the 2006 Census. This presentation will touch on the geography products/tools available from the 2001 Census, a historical perspective on Census data by some unique geographies, the available 2005 road network files before the Census, improvements with the postal code file, and what is coming for 2006.
    IASSIST conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

  • 2005-04-11
    The Survey and Regional Operations crew from Statistics Canada will discuss the steps followed in the conception, birth and eventual release of Statistics Canada's surveys, from first thoughts to PUMFs.
    CAPDU/DLI Ontario Training, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

  • 2005-04-11
    In this session, several examples of misinterpreting data are noted highlighting the importance of the data user having and reading complete and clear metadata. Several useful links and publications are highlighted describing Statistics Canada data and using Statistics Canada data that you should know. ACCOLEDS/DLI Training, Okanagan University College, Kelowna, BC

  • 2005-04-11
    In this session, several examples of misinterpreting data are noted highlighting the importance of the data user having and reading complete and clear metadata. Several useful links and publications are highlighted describing Statistics Canada data and using Statistics Canada data that you should know. CAPDU/DLI Ontario Training, Queen's University, Kingston, ON